Vinyl Odyssey

Northern Rocks Vintage Vinyl

Northern Rocks Vintage Vinyl – Hartlepool We are heading back to Hartlepool on a sunny Saturday afternoon to visit Phil Dunn at his Northern Rocks Vintage Vinyl store. We first met Phil at the Hartlepool Record Fair and promised to visit and suss out his set up. His vinyl collection is located within Kiwi Trading […]

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Hartlepool Record Fair

Hartlepool Record Fair There are three things in life that are certain – Death, Taxes and if there’s a local record fair Steve will go to it. Once or twice a year is sufficient for me whereas once or twice a month is Steve’s required fix. So we are off to Hartlepool a town famous

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Vinyl Guru – Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Vinyl Guru – Newcastle-upon-Tyne The second shop on our visit to Newcastle is Vinyl Guru located on the Westgate Road. Neil has literally just dragged me out of Beatdown Records (something to do with expiring parking tickets and schedules apparently), Vinyl Guru is only a five-minute walk from Beatdown records, but as regular readers of

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Hot Rats – Sunderland

Hot Rats – Sunderland   Our odyssey this week takes us to the pretty market town of….. sorry, that was our last blog, our odyssey this week take us to Sunderland very much famed for not been a pretty market town. I have to say that Neil’s navigational skills were bang on this week though

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Saxosoul Records – Darlington

Saxosoul Records Darlington Our journey to Darlington today did not require Neil’s debatable navigational skills as this was a journey that I used to take daily for around the fifteen years when I worked in this vibrant market town famous for trains and oats (Quakers of course). I can clearly remember when Darren Carr (the

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Crash Records – Leeds

This visit to Leeds started as with many other previous gig visits to Leeds, Neil and I ‘discussing’ the numerous possible routes into the city and then negotiating the ring road within, after watching Brian Cox’s last series on the infinite wonders of time and space, maybe he should seriously consider a feature on the Leeds City central traffic system as it offers far more complexities than our solar system.

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